Social Security Disability At Age 18

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Note to development: Delete this page. It is a duplicate and not well written.Many families with disabled children reach out to Social Security Disability attorneys such as our experienced legal team at Jeffrey A. Rabin & Associates, Ltd., when those children reach age 18. The stakes are high as a disabled 18-year-old may qualify for Social Security Disability benefits. Caring parents realize the wisdom of working with a knowledgeable lawyer as a son or daughter reaches this critical milestone.

Chicago Lawyers Can Advise Your Family On Social Security Disability At Age 18

Disabled children younger than age 18 may qualify for SSI benefits on the basis of their disability and their parents’ low income. At age 18, a young person whose disability began before age 22 may qualify for SSD on the basis of his or her parents’ work records. At age 18, adult children must qualify as adults with disabilities and have a parent who is receiving benefits or is deceased and worked long enough to meet work-related criteria.

If your son or daughter in Illinois is ready to apply for SSD through use of the adult disability report, or if he or she applied and was denied, contact Jeffrey A. Rabin & Associates, Ltd. We have a great deal of experience helping families through the transition of disabled children turning 18.

SSDI And Age Factors — Contact The Illinois Disability And Social Security Income Lawyers Of Jeffrey A. Rabin & Associates, Ltd.

We can help your 18-year-old child navigate the SSD process. Our help may be invaluable. To schedule a free initial consultation with one of our Social Security Disability benefits attorneys, call 847-299-0008 or 888-529-0600 toll free or contact us online.

We work on a contingency fee basis, which means no money up front and no hourly fees. Our fees must be approved by the Social Security Administration (SSA) and comply with SSA guidelines. We file our fee agreement with the SSA in every case.